“The place was loud with music yet surprisingly romantic.”
“Only thing is their sushi prices aren't that bad for quality fish however their beer and alcohole is crazy.”
“Wait staff was great, food was fantastic.”
“come here quite frequently and the chefs are very nice and always seem to have specials to add to the menu (I recently had Kobe beef sushi, and Otoro sashimi, which was unworldly) and the service was great as well.”
“really, really great place.”
“The service was good but I would not go back unless I was in the mall and DESPERATE for instant sushi.”
“The service is excellent and the atmosphere is hip and suitable for a romantic date, fun night out or just a quick bite.”
“the food was not that great considering the price that they were charging.”
“how can this place be around for so long if they ONLY serve sushi if the fish is not FRESH!”
Just Okay. I've been to Osushi twice. I'm not overly impressed by the quality of the food, it really doesn't taste much better than average sushi. The service ranges from great to awful. The first time I went with just my mom and our waitress was ruse and inattentive and forgot what we ordered. The second time the only time we could get attention was when my brother would ask for service because the waitress seemed to have a little crush on him. Once he got her over there, though, she was great and even made us a special sauce that was delicious. All in all, Osushi is okay, but if you are in the mood for amazing, keep looking
The worst in Boston. Don't bother. The place smells like rotting fish and the staff is rude. If you're looking for fish, just go to Turner Fisheries in the same building, at least their nice.
great experience. Had a lot of fun here last night. Service was spectacular. They started us off with a delecious plum wine on the rocks special and it was de-lish.We ordered a variety of standard and signature rolls which were just amazing. I have to say the signature rolls are the way to go if you're tired of the same old sushi rolls and wanted to try something different go with the Maiya on Fire. They all had unique flavors that tasted delicious and the presentation was very nice.
Recommended. Stayed at the Westin Hotel in the Copley area and was just delighted from this small but great sushi stop. My husband and I are from Southern Cal so we've had our share of sushi. My experience at his restaurant was excellent. Wait staff was great, food was fantastic...and let's not even mention the Mango Saketini. We ended up eating there 3 times out of our week visit. Will definitely be back.
Worth it!. After a long day at work, I headed to Osushi with some coworkers. It was towards the end of the night, and although the servers were clearly looking forward to going home, nothing was sacrificed. Our glasses of beer were consistantly refilled by the server, and both the appetizers and entrees came along with perfect speed. The popcorn shrimp tempura was delicious, and the makimono was very filling. Essentially, this restaurant was exactly what we were looking for. The service was great, not too pushy, but we were never left wanting. After that experience, we will definitely be back in the future!
all around....just perfect. The quality of food at this sushi restaurant was amazing! Then again....how can this place be around for so long if they ONLY serve sushi if the fish is not FRESH! I read all the reviews and find some people's comments hysterical. The servers are EXTREMELY friendly and the place makes me feel at home. What else can I say....that's why i keep going back!
Best susihi in Boston!. This sushi restaurant is exceptional. I am a sushi lover and connoisseur, and I;ve not found better in Boston. Comparable to the finest sushi restaurantsin the world. The service is excellent and the atmosphere is hip and suitable for a romantic date, fun night out or just a quick bite. Simply sensational!
Jet-setters dine in style at the city's coolest sushi spot..
Osushi's single dining room, with its frenetic street views and minimalist black and red decor, attracts Copley Westin tourists and sushi-loving movers and shakers. High-backed booths are perfect for couples looking to loosen up via the sake train (there's an excellent list, including a delicate, pear-infused variety). Harried hotel guests and solo diners can saddle up to the tiny sushi bar, where expert sushi masters dice and roll the night away.
The simple menu is easy for sushi newcomers to navigate, while offering several intricate delicacies (tuna belly) that keep sushi snobs satisfied. Prices are reasonable, considering the excellent quality of the ingredients. After starting with an order of lightly-fried shrimp and vegetable tempura or one of the playful salads, move on to combination orders of sushi and sashimi that include a fantastically smoky miso soup and a simple green salad (which benefits from a flavorful sesame dressing).
Great experience at Osushi last weekend!. There are many good sushi restaurants in Boston, but none have compared to Osushi Restaurant in the Westin hotel. I just tried Osushi for the first time and all I can say is OTORO! Delecious Tuna Belly Sushi, Crystal rainbow maki, Lobster Tempura, all cut expertly by Chefs that are obviously very experienced. The food was so detailed and that was matched by servers who really payed attention to detail. I have never been in a sushi restaurant in Boston where service and food knowledge were so apparent. Even the manager came over and personelly graded fresh wasasbi on my plate. This is a restaurant I will reccommend to all sushi lovers!
Never disappointed yet, consistently enjoyable. Though new to sushi, I've had several great experiences at OSushi and always look forward to lunching there. While the service may be a bit slower than some, I've never found it excessively so, and frankly enjoy the chance to relax. Servers have gone out of their way to guide me thru the "process." The Sake list is extensive. The combos with tempura are lovely.
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